Hansell Santovena gets emotional as he listens to his father, Juan José Santoneva, on the speaker phone during an interview. The elder Santovena has been stuck in the U.S. Virgin Islands for over 60 days.
Hansell Santovena gets emotional as he listens to his father, Juan José Santoneva, on the speaker phone during an interview. The elder Santovena has been stuck in the U.S. Virgin Islands for over 60 days. C.M. GUERRERO EL NUEVO HERALD
Hansell Santovena gets emotional as he listens to his father, Juan José Santoneva, on the speaker phone during an interview. The elder Santovena has been stuck in the U.S. Virgin Islands for over 60 days. C.M. GUERRERO EL NUEVO HERALD

Cuban migrants stranded, in limbo in U.S. Virgin Islands

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